Dear Students and Parents,
I am feeling Proud to give my message to all of you. One of the Philosophers has rightly said “Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow”. My focus is to develop children into a great human being. So we affirm that education begins at birth and Continues through life. What John Dewey has said “Education is not preparation of life, Education is not preparation of life, Education is life itself”
Our Central School Beur, Patna has been doing its sincere effort to grow children in a grand congenial atmosphere of digitally acquired knowledge of modern life. Modern world is full of complexities. So we have provided every type of facilities to our future generations. It has been growing nicely under the able leadership of Prof. Shashi Bhushan Sharma, Who is an eminent educationist and Sri Chhote Lal Sharma a perfect skilled and consultant of this School. Both the Director and Dy. Director are competent intellectual who give light of knowledge to our blooming flowers. We have a mission for our Society. We work with the core belief that wisdom can be cultivated. Gradually amongst all individuals. It is not enough to make children literate and are demically intelligent what is more important is to make them wise so that they are able to use their intelligence judiciously.
Our School is constantly scaling new heights with excellent professionals training our Children in a range of Co-curricular activities so that they evolve as excellent individuals who have honed their skills in the microcosm of the school equipped to lead and inspire is the microcosm of the world. Besides strong scholastic programme, we have given them chance to develop and nurture the different facts of a child. From academic to dance, music, theatre, art and craft, yoga and other facilities in the field of sports and cultured programmes. We care for the mind, we have led our children to grow in an atmosphere where they can face the challenges of time in 21st Century.
So I want to end my message with a quote of the great English romantic poet William Wordsworth he said “The Child is the father of the man.
And I could wish my days to be bound each to each by natured piety.”